Thursday, February 16, 2006

Who is Douglas Davis?

Who is Douglas Davis?

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Douglas Davis, BLUE SHOE SLIDE, 2000-2006, 3/5.

Douglas Davis, BLUE SHOE SLIDE, 2000-2006, 3/5.

First exhibited in Copen- hagen, The Media Center in 2001. Performance by Lucia Blue of the U. of Zurich, Switzerland, now Ph.d in Business Administration representing Sony in Paris.. Photography and digital rendering by DD. Edition of five published in Denmark, in collections of The Media Center and Elizabeth C. Baker. Available through Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Irene Nikolai Gallery, the artist, and Robert Ransom. One on-of-a-kind in larger scale on foam board with collaged element in preparation.

Mr. Davis' work are collected by museums and collectors across the world, including all the major NYC museums (including the Met, the Whitney, the Guggenheim, and MOMA. Among his private collectors are George Waterman 3, Barbara Schwartz, Gilbert Silverman, and Ray Nasher (in Dallas). Abroad his works have been collected and featured by Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Musee d'art daville, also in Paris, the Kupferstichkabinet in Berlin, the Museum Sztuki in Poland, the Tate Gallery and Victoria & Albert, both in London.

Further questions can be directed to

The World's First Collaborative Sentence, widely acknowledged as the first fully interactive website (it now has more than half a million contributors in many languages), can be easily found on the Whitney Museum of American Art website: /collection/index.shtml.

His brand new blog, executed in collaboration with Jeremy Turner and John Long, can be found at

He is also a performer and author of seven books and countless articles for periodicals like Newsweek, the New York Times, Art in America, Artforum, the Village Voice, and the New York Press. Many of them are listed or described at

Friday, February 10, 2006

paik, moorman, dd at documenta 6, 1977...moorman with paik alone, 1970...davis and his clone together at Whitney 1978 in honor of Paik first use of museum to cablecast one person as two, both live and taped.